This program will be discontinued in Fall 2020.
Earn a Bachelor’s Degree that Opens Doors
Do you aspire to be a teacher? Are you looking for a degree that provides career flexibility and training in the subjects that interest you the most? Our bachelor’s degree in business administration with a teacher licensure track will help open the door to career options ranging from teaching business at the high school level to owning and operating your own business.
By completing courses in the licensure track, you will walk away with a degree that prepares you to teach business classes in public and private school settings. Because our degree contains a core set of business classes, you will also be prepared for work in the business industry.
Give yourself more options. Choose a degree that provides job opportunities that you know will be rewarding for years to come.
Why Choose Liberty’s Teacher Licensure in Business Administration Track?
Becoming a licensed teacher can be an overwhelming process. From student teaching hours to licensure exams to your core business classes and capstone projects, a lot of work goes into a teaching degree in business. At Liberty, you don’t have to worry about whether or not you’ll receive support throughout the process; we’ve got your back.
We have an incredible team of professors committed to seeing you succeed. Our faculty members have years of related experience in their fields and spend time praying for and mentoring each student. Most of our business students accredit their success in the program to the individual care provided to them by their professors.
Don’t be intimidated by licensure requirements! We offer help at each step of the process, whether that’s assisting you in finding student teaching opportunities or making sure that you are aware of the exact documents you will need if you are applying for an out-of-state license. Let us help make your academic journey as smooth as possible.
What Will You Learn in Our Business Administration: Teacher Licensure Degree?
Our teacher licensure in business administration incorporates all the required licensure exams, student teaching, and internship hours right into your curriculum. Throughout this degree program, you will learn major teaching concepts like instructional design, applied educational technology, content teaching methods, and classroom management.
In addition to the teaching focused courses, all of our business administration degrees contain a core curriculum in general business, accounting, finance, and marketing in domestic and international marketplaces.
View the Degree Completion Plan, and check out our featured courses below to learn more about what you’ll be studying.
- EDUC 235: Content Instructional Design
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- A systematic approach to instruction for diverse classrooms, including purpose, process, and practice
- How to prepare content lessons that follow the Liberty University model
- How to present these lessons in the practicum
- Topics include elements of the desired model: objectives, instructional process, systems of evaluation and resources (field experience required)
- EDUC 360: Foundations of Education
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- A comprehensive survey of the historical, philosophical, psychological, and sociological foundations of American education
- The educational foundations as found in the Scriptures, and the applicability of these to both the Christian School Movement and the public school system
- How to articulate your personal philosophy of education
- EDUC 419: Content Teaching Methods
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- Teacher candidates will be expected to meet competencies associated with effective teaching in their content area, especially teaching skills related to questioning techniques, individualized instruction, grouping students for cognitive subject matter learning, and preparing advanced organizers for cognitive instruction.
- Emphasis will be placed on methods, which provide instruction in thinking and writing across the curriculum.
- EDUC 476: Student Teaching I
Student teaching offers practice in all phases of teacher responsibility, including teaching activities in a pre-K through 12 classroom setting appropriate to the endorsement area of the teacher candidate.
Highlights of Our Business Administration Degree with Teacher Licensure
- Our Teacher Licensure Office assists students in preparing and submitting the required documents for licensure at the end of the program.
- Complete internship and capstone courses that allow you to gain invaluable first-hand experience in the field.
- The 78,000-square-foot School of Business building provides you with a simulated stock trading room with New York Stock Exchange display boards, a 2,000-square-foot Entrepreneurship Center for Innovation, the Center for Cyber Excellence and Center for Financial Literacy, and information technology labs and a networking and data center.
- Get involved with our business related student clubs, organizations and honor societies
- Check out our 3+1 Accelerated Business Program to find out how you can get your business bachelor’s and master’s degree in just four years!
B.S. in Business Administration with Teacher Licensure Degree Information
Career Opportunities for B.S. in Business with Teacher Licensure Graduates
Liberty University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Teacher Licensure degree prepares you for work in the following occupations:
- Christian School Teacher
- College/University Academic Advisor
- High School Business Teacher
- Market Researcher
- Private School Teacher
Admission Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees
Every application is reviewed by the admission committee on a case-by-case basis, meaning there are no set minimums for acceptance. However, all applicants must submit the following documents* for admission:
- Admission application
- Official high school transcripts
- Official college transcripts (if applicable)
- SAT, ACT, or CLT scores
- Admission essay
*Note that additional documentation may be requested by the admission committee after your application has been received.